In comparison with the (Eclipse based?) IDE in Notes, the Visual Studio one is brilliant.
Something else you might not be aware of, but which is useful like Ferdy's quick tip, is the ability to create regions in your code so you can keep it tidy. For example you could put:
This makes that region, and gives you the ability to collapse it and only display the text after the #region keyword. Once your code files get bigger this is a really nice way to collapse the bits you're not interested in, and only see the parts you want to concentrate on.
Common ones I create are 'declarations', 'properties', 'constructors' etc., for sections of code that a lot of the time you create and then don't need to see too often.